Tissot quartz perpetual calendar time, date setting and reset indicator method
3 positions of the crown:
I: Middle position (tightened, not pulled out)
II: Reset position (unscrew, half pulled out)
III: Time setting position (unscrew and pull out completely)
螺纹 Model with screw-down crown.
To ensure water resistance, some models have a screw-down crown. Before setting the time or date, you must first unscrew the crown to position IB and then pull it out to position II or III
Caution: After each operation, you must turn the crown back to ensure that the watch is waterproof.
1, set time
拉 Pull the crown to position III, then turn it clockwise or counterclockwise to set the desired time. Pull the crown to the second position and synchronize the small seconds at 6 o’clock with the official time signal (radio, TV, Internet). Once the current setting is synchronized, push the crown back to position I (if your watch has a screw-down crown) and tighten it.
Quartz watch does not need to be wound
3. Reset indicator
The day, month, and date hands may need to be reset. The indicator can be reset when the crown is in position II. Corrector A is used to set the selected indicator. Corrector B is used to select the indicator that needs to be reset.
Reset the date indicator hand
When the crown is in position II, press modifier A so that the date hand points to ‘1’.
Reset the month indicator hand
When the crown is in position II, press the corrector B and A in turn to make the month hand point to January (JAN)
Reset the day indicator hand
When the crown is in position II, press modifier B and A in turn so that the day of the week hand points to Monday (MON)
4.Set the date
A leap year is a year with 366 days. Leap years are divisible by 4 and 400, but not by 100. The number of days in non-leap years is 365.
The date can be set with the crown in position III. Corrector B is used to select the indicator to be set. Corrector A is used for the selected indicator.